Scholarships and Bursaries:
There are two categories of scholarships and bursaries available to Griffith College Dublin applicants – a Griffith College Dublin (GCD) Bursary and an Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS).
The GCD Bursary is awarded to each applicant who is successful in being offered a place on a Griffith College Dublin programme.
The Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS) is an additional scholarship which is offered to students who demonstrate a strong academic performance at the time of application.
Scholarships are awarded to applicants at the time of admission to Griffith College Dublin and are applicable in each year of study where a learner progresses from one year of a programme to the next.
Griffith College Dublin:
Griffith College was founded in 1974. It provides education to over 7,000 students, 1400 of those are overseas students from 77 different countries. It ranks 24th in the country and offers education in a variety of different subjects.
Griffith College award is available for international students.
Students willing to pursue a bachelor’s degree may apply for this scholarship.
Bursary Award Value:
Griffith College award will provide an amount ranging from €500 to €1500.
Griffith College Dublin Bursary:
The GCD Bursary is awarded to each successful applicant. The bursary varies per faculty of study.
|Faculty||GCD Bursary Amount|
|Faculty of Business||€1500|
|Faculty of Computing Science||€1500|
|Faculty of Journalism & Media*||€1000|
|Faculty of Design*||€1000|
|Faculty of Law||€1000|
|Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science||€1000|
*The following programmes, run in conjunction with Pulse College, do not qualify for either the standard GCD Bursary or the AMS. Applicants will be awarded a Griffith College Dublin Bursary of €500.
- (Hons) in Music Production
- (Hons) in Audio and Music Technology
- In Animation
Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS):
In addition to GCD Bursary, students demonstrating strong academic performance may be eligible for an additional Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS). The AMS has 3 levels which are outlined in the table below. The requisite achievement for each level of AMS award will be country-specific.
|AMS Level||Scholarship||Illustrative Grade Value|
|AMS Level 1||€500||60%+ average in highest level of education to date|
|AMS Level 2||€1000||70%+ average in highest level of education to date|
|AMS Level 3||€1500||80%+ average in highest level of education to date and an English proficiency level of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent|
The eligibility criteria are as under:
- The applicants must have an excellent academic record at the time of admission.
- Applicants from non-EU countries are eligible to apply.
Candidates must log in to the admission portal of the university and apply.
Applicants must provide the following documents to support their application.
- Academic records
- copy of passport
Applicants must be under the age of 23 at the time of application.